|Artist||John Doman Turner|
|Date||11th August 1909|
|Medium||Watercolour and charcoal|
|Distinguishing marks||Signed and dated 11 August 1909|
|Exhibitions||Spencer Gore & his Circle exhibition at Piano Nobile and the Museum of Richmond – September 1996|
‘This painting is very similar in composition and colouring to Spencer Gore’s ‘Still Life with Apples’.
However, Gore’s painting was executed three years later in 1912. This is one of Turner’s most robustly Post-Impressionist works and is highly experimental. A notation indicates that the watercolour took two hours to complete – it may well have been an exercise set up by Gore’.
Source: Spencer Gore & his Circle exhibition at Piano Nobile and the Museum of Richmond
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